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DESCRIPTIONPeterborough City Council. ESCOs, renewable energy and energy efficiency. Base Birmingham 11 April 2013. 2 years ago. Whats happening at the moment.A LOT thats not co-ordinated that does not link into a lot of the councils core policies and strategies of resources - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Peterborough City CouncilESCOs, renewable energy and energy efficiencyBase Birmingham 11 April 2013
2 years ago...Whats happening at the moment.A LOT
thats not co-ordinatedthat does not link into a lot of the councils core policies and strategiesof resourceslack of prioritisationconflicting prioritiesmissed opportunities to make real difference
I WANT AN ESCO!
Peterborough City Council - Strategic Context
CurrentFutureStrategic DirectionEnvironment CityEnvironment CapitalTactical DevelopmentNet ConsumerNet GeneratorOperational DeploymentESCoMicro-UtilityContractual DefinitionCustomerCentral Purchasing Authority
Converting opportunity to project1234Compliant1Bankable2Structured3Commercialised4
Primary ObjectivesPeterborough Council (PCC) aim to generate up to 171GWh of energy annually from a blend of renewable sources.Sources due to begin generation in 2015 2016.Should fulfill Peterborough City Councils energy needs (demand of 47 GWh)May require a top-up agreement with an energy supplier.Other sources of generation to potentially be added subsequent to 2016 (e.g. CCGT power plant).
Generate a profit from the sale of its excess energy;Be scalable / sellable to other councils;Be financially self-sustaining for [X] years;Keep costs of supply/transmission low;Result in a cheap, green Peterborough tariff for local residents;Allow Peterborough to be self-sufficient for energy.
Transition from ROCs to CfDs
Supply and Sell Model124 GWh p.a. Surplusxm/ MWhSurplus Value171 GWh p.a47 GWh p.a.X / MWhPCC Generated Energy for Energy sold by PCC from PCC Energy sold to market
ENPC: Key BenefitsGuaranteed energy performance improvements
Access to third-party funding
Using operational savings to reduce capital budget requirements for maintenance and refurbishment
BSP & Other CouncilExample EnPCContractorFunderEnPCSavings GuaranteeRepayment from savingsFundingRepaymentSavings GuaranteePaymentBSPFramework3rd PartyCouncilBSPFrameworkCouncilBSPFramework
Lessons LearnedGovernance Ownership at Financial Director levelCentralised control Structured approachStrategic Direction Strong Legal, Technical and Financial focusTriage Focus on commercialisationCollaboration Leverage framework and experience to reduce time and costs
John HarrisonExecutive Director of Strategic ResourcesPeterborough City Council
Managing Director, Blue Sky Peterborough
firstname.lastname@example.org+44 (0) 1733 452 520Contact
*KG*JHOverview of what the ESCo was created to coordinate, and how thats evolved*KG*JH*